There’s a reason organizations like NASA recruit Oklahoma State University-Tulsa engineering students.
Students work with renowned faculty on cutting-edge research at OSU-Tulsa’s Helmerich Research Center,
making advances in 3D printing of medical prosthetics, developing radiation shielding for space travel and
building longer-lasting lithium-ion batteries.
OSU-Tulsa graduates have an edge when they enter the workforce. Companies know our graduates have not just studied the technology they’ll be using in their careers—they already have hands-on experience.
For students seeking their dream career in the growing field of engineering, a bachelor’s, master’s or
doctoral degree from OSU-Tulsa will help them get there, from here.
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